Prince William County Virginia Clerk’s Loose Papers



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29 November 1901

L. S. Jeffries auditor of John Jeffries deceased

vs

Southern Railway Company

November 29, 1901 To damages by injuring one horse upon the premises of said deceased in Manassas Magisterial District, County of Prince William, Virginia $60.00

To damages by being deprived of the use of said horse for thirty days and for medicine and attendance upon same. $15.00

$75.00


The Commonwealth of Virginia

Prince William County, to-wit:

To the Sheriff of said County:

You are hereby commanded to summon the Southern Railway Company, a corporation doing business in the said county, if to be found in your county, to be found in your county, to appear at Manassas in the said county, on the 31st day of December, 1902, at 2 o’clock P. M., before me or such other Justice of said county as may then be there to try this warrant, to answer the claim of Lucien S. Jeffries, administrator of John W. Jeffries, deceased, on a claim for debt due by an account annexed hereto to-wit: for the sum of $75.00 with interest thereon from the 1st day of March, 1902, and then and there make return of this warrant.

Given under my hand this 20th day of December, 1902

W. M. Rice J.P.

The within warrant was served on the Southern Railway Company this 20th day of December, 1902, by leaving a copy thereof, with copy of account attached, with C. W. Embrey, agent for said Southern Railway Company, in the town of Manassas, Prince William County, Virginia, where he resides, and also where his place of business is. There being neither the President, Secretary or any one of the Directors residing in said county.

F. C. Rorabaugh

Deputy for J. P. Leachman

Sheriff of Prince William County

I, J. B. T. Thornton, attorney for the Southern Railway Company do solmeny swear that to the warrant of L. S. Jeffries Admr. against said Company returnable on the 30th day of December 1902 at Manassas in said County of Prince William, Virginia before me W. M. Rice, a Justice of the said County. That the said Company has in the opinion of the said affiant substantial defense thereto, and the amount in controversy exceeding the sum of $25 do pray that the said cause be removed to the County Court of said County, J. B. T. Thornton

Attorney for Southern Railway Company

Sworn to before me this 27th day of December 1902

J. J. Davies


SECTION FOREMAN’S REPORT OF STOCK KILLED OR INJURED

Section No. B. 1 Washington Division. Date - December 2, 1901


INSTRUCTIONS – As soon as possible after the accident fill up this blank and send by first convenient train to Superintendent. Answer every question fully, and give FULL and CORRECT name of owner. A Separate Report is required for each Animal, except in case all belong to one man. Use Separate Blank for different kinds of Animals, regardless of ownership.

SUPERINTENDENT WILL EXAMINE, ATTACH TO FORM 17, AND SEND PROMPTLY TO STOCK AGENT
1. Kind of Stock – Horse Age – 12 years Color – black weight – 900 lbs.

2. Common or Blooded Stock – Common Fat or Lean – Fat Brand – None

3. If not killed, state nature and extent of injuries. If killed since, state by whom - Injured on the jaw.

4. Did you see animal after accident? – Yes What hour? - 7.25 A.M. Day - Friday Month - (smeared)

5. Between what mile posts did you find it? – 2 & 3 Nearest Station? – Manassas What County – PWC

6. Is Town or Station incorporated? – Yes. If incorporated, state whether stock was struck and found inside or outside

of limits of the corporation - Out Side

7. When was it struck? Month – Nov. 28 Day? – Thursday 1901. By Train No. Unknown Section No. (blank) How

do you know this? – Supposed to been struck by train, found on company land.

8. What marks did you find on track or animal showing that train struck it? Blood on track.

9. Did you see the train strike it? – No. If others saw accident state who giving name and address? – Don’t know of

anyone.

10. Did you hear engineer blow whistle? – No. Anyone else hear it, and who, giving name and address? – Don’t know



of any one.

11. What other means did engineer use to prevent accident? – Unknown.

12. What obstructions that would prevent engineer from seeing animal? – At Night

13. Was it struck on public crossing? – No; If not how far from one and which and which way? – ¾ mile west.

14. Was it on a private crossing? - No Whose? (blank) Were the gates and fastening in good order? – None

15. Where and how fid it come on track? – Supposed to have come from owners land on south side of track.

16. Did you and the disinterested persons selected as appraisers examine the hoof-prints of the animal on and near the

track? – Yes.

17. How far did the hoof-prints show that the animal had run on or alongside the track before the train struck it? – hoof

prints all along side of track.

18. Were hoof-prints upon or alongside track? – Along side of track.

19. Was animal in charge of any one at the time of the accident? – No.

20. Standing where it was struck, how far away can you see pilot of coming engine? Daylight ¾ mile.

21. Was it on straight track or curve? Straight. Was grade level ascending or descending ? Ascending.

22. Was it on level ground? No. Fill or cut? Fill. How high or deep? 9 feet.

23. Was it woodland or open field? Wood land on one side & open field on the other.

24. Were cattle guards in good order? None. Was road fenced on one side or both sides? Both sides.

25. What was the condition of the fences? Bad. If bad how long have they been so? About 12 months. How far from

fence to track? 32 feet.

26. Did stock come on track or right of way from owner’s land? Yes. If not, from whose land?

27. Did the owner of the land have a contract with the southern Railway Company to maintain the fence? No.

28. Was it being pastured or astray? Pastured. How do you know this? Owner told me so.

29. Was it on grounds necessary to be used by the public? No

30. Name of owner? Lucien Jeffries. White or colored? White.

31. Has Section Foreman’s notice of killing or injury been given, as required on form No. 1024? (blank)

32. What damage does owner claim? $25.00 if horse lives; $50.00 if it dies.

33. Owner’s valuation of remains when found? $25.00. Your valuation $25.00.

34. Owner’s valuation of remains when found? $25.00 Your valuation $25.00

35. Did you try to get the owner to take the animal or any portion of it; if not, why? Owner has charge of animal.

36. Owner’s valuation of what he took? (blank) Your valuation? (blank)

37. Is the owner of the animal in the employ of this company? No sir.

38. Did you see or hear of any one removing, using, or selling the hide, or any part of the carcass; if so, give name and

particulars, if not, what became of it? Owner has got the animal at his home under treatment.

39. Has stock been killed or injured at or near the same place before? Yes.

40. Is it dangerous place for stock? Yes. Why, and what can be done to make it less so? If fence or cattle guards, how

much is necessary? 2 cattle guards & 2 gates, 3060 feet of fence on south side of track. Same on the north.

41. Give any other information showing good or bad quality of the animal – whether blind, lame, hobbled, or sick. If a

cow, dry or giving milk, age of calf, etc. and facts showing blame to owner or trainman? Horse tied by 1 front leg and to its head to keep from jumping.

Sign Name – Frank King , section foreman

It is the discretion of the Section Foreman, the Company’s interest will be best served by having the injured animal appraised by disinterested parties the Section Foreman shall select one person and allow the owner and allow the owner to select another and if the two cannot agree, they to select a third and the result of their decision to be shown on the following form.

APPRAISEMENT

We, the undersigned have examined the stock said to have been injured by the cars of the Southern Railway Company on the date and the place mentioned in the foregoing report of Section Foreman King and are of the opinion that its value before the accident was $20.00 that it was damaged to the amount of $20.00

Edward Tyler

A. C. Harley

WE THE JURY FIND FOR THE PLAINTIFF AND VALUE THE HORSE AT SIXTY DOLLARS

J. P. Manuel - foreman
17 July 1902

Circuit Court of Prince William County

William A. Wilkerson vs Southern Railway Company

Summon - Commonwealth of Virginia, To the Sheriff of Fauquier County; Greetings: We command you to summon Luther Glascock, Leroy Pearson, James C-----n & W. F. Randolph, personally to appear before the Judge of the Circuit Court of Prince William County, at the courthouse thereof, on the 8th day of December next to testify and the truth to say on behalf of Plaintiff in a certain matter of controversy in our said Court, before our said Judge depending and undetermined, between Wilkerson plaintiff, and Southern Railway Company defendant. And this they shall in nowise omit, under the penalty of $100. And have then there this Writ. Witness Edwin Nelson, Clerk of our said Court, at the Courthouse of said county this 22 day of November 1905 and in the 130th year of the Commonwealth.



E. Nelson, Clerk
In the Circuit Court of Prince William County, Virginia – First July Rules, 1903. William A. Wilkerson complains of the Southern Railway Company, a corporation, of a plea of trespass on the case for this, to-wit:

That, the said Defendant before and at the time of committing of the wrongful acts, here-in-after mentioned, to-wit, on or about the 17th of July, 1902, was the proprietor or, and in the possession of, and had the care, control, management, operation, and maintenance of a certain Railroad, commonly called The Southern Railway, and the tracks thereof, located in and passing through the aforesaid County of Prince William, in the State of Virginia: and was also proprietor of, and in the possession of, and had the control, care, management, and operation of certain steam engines, coaches, cars, and trains which were operated and managed by the said Defendant, its agents, employees, and servants for the carriage of passengers, and was a common carrier of passengers for hire and reward to the said Defendant in that behalf, from Front Royal, Warren County, Virginia, to Manassas, in the aforesaid County of Prince William, Virginia, and from Manassas, in the last named County, to the aforesaid station of Front Royal, Va.: and the said Defendant, being such proprietor of the said steam engines, coaches, cars, and trains, and such common carrier of passengers, here-to-fore, to-wit: - on or about the 17th day of July, 1902, the said plaintiff, at the special instance and request of the said Defendant, became and was a passenger in one of the said coaches and cars, and upon one of the trains of the said Defendant, commonly called passenger train #____, to be safely carried there-by on a certain journey from Front Royal, Warren County, Va., to Manassas, Prince William County, Virginia, and from thence back from Manassas, Prince William County, Virginia, to Front Royal, Virginia, as aforesaid, for a certain fare and reward paid to the said Defendant in that behalf which fare & reward were paid by the plaintiff and the said Defendant then and there received the said Plaintiff as such passenger, and there-upon it became and was the duty of the said Defendant to use due and proper care that the said Plaintiff should be safely carried by the said engine, coaches, cars, and train on and throughout the said journey: yet the said Defendant not regarding his duty in that behalf, did not use due and proper care that the said Plaintiff should be carried by the said engine, cars, coaches, and train on and throughout the said journey, but wholly neglected so to do, but was on the contrary, careless and negligent in the conduct and management of the said engine, cars, coaches, and train, in this, to-wit, that the said Defendant Company caused its said train, upon which the Plaintiff was a passenger as aforesaid, to be so made up for its said return trip that the baggage, mail, or express car or coach on said train, was placed between two of the passenger cars, or coaches there-of, so that when said train was in motion or running, it was improbable and impossible for the said crew, officials, employees, and agents of the said Defendant Company in care, control, charge, and operation of said train to pass from the passenger coach or car, just in front of, to the passenger coach or car, just in the rear of, and next to the said baggage, mail, or express car or coach of said train, in which last named passenger coach or car, the Plaintiff was then and there proceeding as a passenger, as aforesaid, in the aforesaid County of Prince William, on his journey from Manassas, Va. to Front Royal, Virginia; that when said train reached a place or stop, known or called the Manassas Fair Grounds, in the said County of Prince William aforesaid, the said Defendant, its agents, servants, and employees, in charge of said train, negligently and carelessly had permitted or caused certain other persons, who were then intoxicated, drunken, or disorderly, to enter and get upon the aforesaid car or coach of said train in and upon which the Plaintiff was then and there a passenger, as aforesaid, and while said train was passing on its said journey in said County of Prince William, from said last named place or stop towards a station in said County of Prince William, known as Wellington, in said County, said persons or some of them, or other persons on said train, became involved in and engaged in a fight or disorderly conduct, and so continued for some time, on said train, until and when some-one of them knocked another one of them, or other person then and there on said train, down, or caused another one of them, or other person on said train, to fall on and across the lap of said Plaintiff, who was then and there in said County of Prince William, peaceably, quietly, and lawfully occupying a seat in the aforesaid car or coach as a passenger as aforesaid, upon the said train of the Defendant; and that said person, or persons, or some-one of them, then and there, while said Plaintiff was a passenger as aforesaid, without provocation or the fault of the Plaintiff, and without any cause there-for, assaulted and cut the Plaintiff across his left cheek with a knife or some-other sharp instrument, and inflicted a wound, gash, or out about 1 ½ to 2 inches long cutting entirely through the fleshy part of the Plaintiff’s cheek at one place; that at and for some time prior to the time of the cutting, gashing, and wounding of the said Plaintiff, as aforesaid, the crew, officers, agents, and employees of the said Defendant Company, in charge of said train, in careless and negligent disregard of their duty to the Plaintiff and his safety, were then and there not in the said car or coach, upon which the Plaintiff aforesaid was then and there riding or traveling, but were carelessly and negligently staying in the said passenger car or coach in front of the aforesaid baggage, mail, or express car or in some other car or coach and that Defendant then and there negligently and carelessly failed to safely carry, care-for and protect said Plaintiff, as a passenger aforesaid, while traveling on his journey aforesaid in said county of Prince William, and that said Defendant negligently and carelessly then and there omitted and failed to do anything to protect the said Plaintiff from the assaults and injuries aforesaid and then and there negligently and carelessly left the car or coach, in which the said Plaintiff was then and there traveling as a passenger as aforesaid wholly unprotected and the said Plaintiff says that the said officers, agents, and employees, of said defendant in charge of said train, did not enter said passenger car, in which the Plaintiff was then and there traveling as aforesaid, or use any efforts to prevent said injury to the said Plaintiff, and did not use and proper care and diligence in safely carrying the Plaintiff as a passenger aforesaid, thorough out his said journey; by reason where-of, the face of the said Plaintiff became, and was then and there, while said train was passing through the said County of Prince William, cut, wounded, hurt, scarred, disfigured, and disabled; and also by means of the premises, the said Plaintiff became and was sick, sore, disfigured, disabled, scarred, and so continued for a long time, to-wit, hither-to, and will continue to be disfigured and scarred so long as he may live, during all of which time, the said Plaintiff suffered great pain, and was prevented from transacting his necessary affairs and business, and last, and was deprived of divers great gains, profits, and advantages, which he might, and otherwise would have derived and acquired, and there-by also the said Plaintiff was obliged to pay and expend and did pay and expend divers sums of money amounting in the whole, to a large sum of money, to-wit, the sum of $____ in and about the endeavors to be cured of the cuts, wounds, hurts, and injuries so received as aforesaid, and also there-by the said Plaintiff during that time incurred great expense in the whole, amounting to a large sum of money, to-wit, the sum of $____, in and about his necessary support and maintenance.

Where-by, and by reason of all which the Plaintiff was damaged in the sum of $2,500.00, no part of which has been paid to the said Plaintiff, nor to any-one for his use. Yet the said Defendant in no wise regarding its duty, the said sum, of money hath not paid, but the same to pay hath neglected and refused, and still neglects and refuses to pay to the damage of the Plaintiff of $2,500.00.

And there-fore he brings this suit.

O’Flaherty & Fulton

Marshall McCormick

William Randolph, plaintiff vs Southern Railway Company, defendant in the Circuit Court at Manassas, Va. – To the Clerk of said Court: Wm. Arnold witness for defendant in above entitled case pending in said court, did, on the 15day of December, 1905, assign and transfer to the Southern Railway Company all witness fees that may have been or may be taxed to him as witness in this case. This is to notify you of said assignment and transfer. This 20th day of January, 1906.

Southern Railway Company

By White, Tunstall & Willcox, Division Counsel

Norfolk, Va.

William Randolph, plaintiff vs Southern Railway Company, defendant in the Circuit Court at Manassas, Va. – To the Clerk of said Court: L. B. Pattie witness for defendant in above entitled case pending in said court, did, on the 15day of December, 1905, assign and transfer to the Southern Railway Company all witness fees that may have been or may be taxed to him as witness in this case. This is to notify you of said assignment and transfer. This 20th day of January, 1906.

Southern Railway Company

By White, Tunstall & Willcox, Division Counsel

Norfolk, Va.

William Randolph, plaintiff vs Southern Railway Company, defendant in the Circuit Court at Manassas, Va. – To the Clerk of said Court: James F. Gutrick witness for defendant in above entitled case pending in said court, did, on the 15day of December, 1905, assign and transfer to the Southern Railway Company all witness fees that may have been or may be taxed to him as witness in this case. This is to notify you of said assignment and transfer. This 20th day of January, 1906.

Southern Railway Company

By White, Tunstall & Willcox, Division Counsel

Norfolk, Va.

William Randolph, plaintiff vs Southern Railway Company, defendant in the Circuit Court at Manassas, Va. – To the Clerk of said Court: J. T. Hunsburger witness for defendant in above entitled case pending in said court, did, on the 15day of December, 1905, assign and transfer to the Southern Railway Company all witness fees that may have been or may be taxed to him as witness in this case. This is to notify you of said assignment and transfer. This 20th day of January, 1906.

Southern Railway Company

By White, Tunstall & Willcox, Division Counsel

Norfolk, Va.
17 July 1902

William F. Randolph vs Southern Railway Company

The Circuit Court of Prince William County

First August Rules, 1903

William F. Randolph complains of the Southern Railway Company, a corporation, of a plea of trespass on the case for this, to-wit:



That, the said Defendant Company before and at the time of committing of the wrongful acts, hereinafter mentioned, to-wit, on or about the 17th of July, 1902, was the proprietor, in the possession of, had the cars, control, management, operation, ownership and maintenance of a certain Railroad, commonly called The Southern Railroad or Railway, and the tracks thereof, located in and passing through the aforesaid county of Prince William, in the State of Virginia; and was also the said proprietor and owner and in the possession of, and had the control, care, management, and operation of certain steam engines, coaches, cars, and trains which were operated and managed by the said defendant, its agents, employees, and servants for the carriage of passengers, and was a common carrier of passengers for hire and reward to the said defendant company in that behalf, from Delaplane, Fauquier County, Va., to Manassas, in the aforesaid County of Prince William, Va. and from Manassas, in the last named County, to the aforesaid station of Delaplane, Va. and the said Defendant, being such proprietor and owner of the said steam engine, coaches, cars, and trains, and such common carrier of passengers heretofore, to-wit: on or about the 17th day of July 1902, the said plaintiff, at the special instance and request of the said defendant, became and was a passenger in one of the said coaches and cars and upon one of the trains of the said defendant, commonly called passenger train #(blank), to be safely carried thereby on a certain journey from Delaplane, Fauquier County, Virginia, to Manassas, Prince William County, Virginia, to Delaplane, Virginia as aforesaid, for a certain fare and reward to the said defendant in that behalf, which fare and reward were paid by the plaintiff, and the said defendant then and there received the said plaintiff as such passenger, and thereupon it became and was the duty of the said defendant to use due and proper care that the said plaintiff should be safely carried by the said engine, coaches, cars and train on and throughout the said journey; yet the said defendant not regarding his duty in that behalf, did not use due and proper care that the plaintiff should be carried by the said engine, cars, coaches, and train on and throughout the said journey, but wholly neglected so to do, but was on the contrary, careless and neglected so to do, but was on the contrary, careless and negligent in the conduct and management of its said engine, care, coaches, and train, in this, to-wit, that the said defendant company caused its said train, upon which the plaintiff was a passenger as aforesaid, to be so made up for its said return trip from Manassas to Delaplane that a baggage car or coach on said train, was placed between two of the passenger cars, or coaches thereof, so that when said train was in motion or running, it was practically impossible for the said crew, officers, employees, and agents of the said defendant company in care, control, charge, and operation of said train to pass from the passenger coach or car, just in front of, to the passenger coach or car, just in the rear of, and next to the said baggage car or coach of said train, in which last named coach or car, the plaintiff was then and there proceeding as a passenger, as aforesaid, in the aforesaid County of Prince William, on his journey from Manassas, Va. to Delaplane, Va.; that when said train reached a place, known or called the Manassas Fair Grounds, in the said County of Prince William aforesaid, the said Defendant, its agents, servants, and employees, in charge of said train, permitted or cause certain other persons to enter and get upon the aforesaid car or coach of said train in and upon which the plaintiff was then and there a passenger, as aforesaid, while said train was passenger on its said journey in said County of Prince William, from said last named place toward a station in said County of Prince William, known as Wellington, in said County, said persons or some of them, became involved in and engaged in a fight or disorderly conduct on said train, in which said fight or disorderly conduct this plaintiff had nothing to do, but upon the contrary the plaintiff says he was occupying a seat quietly and peaceably and was not a participant either in the row that was then occurring in the said or in any other row, and the plaintiff says that whilst thus as a passenger, occupying his seat peaceably and quietly as aforesaid, as was his right to do, and that having paid his regular transportation from Manassas to Delaplane, he was assaulted by some one or more of the persons engaged in said row or by some one else on the said train, and was cut or gashed upon his left arm twice, and would have been cut and gashed a third time, except for his prompt action in catching hold of the person who was attempting to make a third assault upon him. And plaintiff says that he was without fault in this matter and that the defendant company and its employees in charge of the train upon which the plaintiff was a passenger, were careless and negligent of their duty to him and to other passengers on the said car in this: that not only was the train made up as hereinbefore averred, so as to make it difficult at least for the officers in charge of the train to pass from one coach to another, but there was no officer, or official, either conductor, brakeman or other official in the said car or coach at the time of the said fight, row or difficulty so as to quell, stop or prevent the same, or so as to avoid the injury that was done to the plaintiff as hereinbefore stated; and the plaintiff says that the defendant company did nothing whatsoever to protect him from the assaults that were made upon him by persons who had been permitted to come aboard the train at the Manassas Fair Ground Station, many of whom the plaintiff says were drunk or under the influence of intoxicating liquors, and so the plaintiff says that the defendant in violation of its contract with him, and in breach of its duty to him, failed to safely carry, care for and protect him as a passenger from to Delaplane, and that by reason of said breach upon the part of the defendant company and by reason of the said defendant’s carelessness and negligence he was greatly injured, hurt, wounded and bruised. And the plaintiff says that if the defendant company, its agents, servants or employees had exercised ordinary and due care in the protection of the passengers on said coach, of which the plaintiff was one, he would not have been injured; and plaintiff further says that the defendant company did not have in charge of said train competent and efficient servants and by reason of their incompetence and inefficiency among other things injured as aforesaid. By reason of the cuts, wounds and bruises received by the plaintiff aforesaid, he says he suffered greatly and became sick, sore, disfigured, disabled and scarred and continued so for a long space of time and still continues to suffer from the said wounds or cuts received by reason of the negligence and failure upon the part of the defendant company to sufficiently protect him against the same. He was prevented for a number of weeks from transacting his regular business, carrying his arm in a sling and had to employ a physician and was obliged to expend and did expend large sums of money, to-wit: the sum of $(blank) on account of the injury received as aforesaid.

By reason of the matter aforesaid, hereinbefore averred, the plaintiff says he was damaged in the sum of $2500, no part of which has been paid, although he has demanded the payment of the same and he says that the defendant has been guilty of a breach of duty to him and has neglected and failed to make proper reparation in damages to him as he has demanded, and the said defendant company still refuses and fails to pay to the said plaintiff the sum of $2500. above demanded, and therefore he brings this suit.

Marshall McCormick

O’Flaherty & Fulton

Sinclair & Son

The Commonwealth of Virginia: To the Sheriff of the County of Prince William, greetings: We command you to summon Southern Railway Company to appear at the Clerk’s office of our Circuit Court of the county of Prince William at the court-house thereof, at the Rules to be holden for said court, on the 1st Monday in August next to answer William F. Randolph of a plea of trespass on the case Damage $2500.00 Dollars. And have then there this writ. Witness Edwin Nelson, Clerk of our said court, at the court-house, the 11 day of July 1903, and in the 128 year of the Commonwealth.

E. Nelson, clerk

The Commonwealth of Virginia: To the Sheriff of Prince William County; Greetings: We command you to summon Joseph Mayhugh, William Arnold Jr., L. P. Pattie, J. T. Thornsburger, James Gulick, W. N. Lipscomb personally to appear before the judge of the Circuit Court of Prince William County, at the Courthouse thereof, on the 6th day of October next to testify and the truth to say on behalf of the defendant in a certain matter of controversy in our said Court, before our said Judge depending and undermined between Randolph, plaintiff and Southern Railway Company, defendant. And this they shall in nowise omit, under the penalty of $100. And have then there this Writ. Witness, Edwin Nelson, Clerk of our said Court, at the Court House of the said County this 23 day of October 1905 and in the 130th year of the Commonwealth. E. Nelson, Clerk


William Randolph, plaintiff vs Southern Railway Company, defendant in the Circuit Court at Manassas, Va. – To the Clerk of said Court: William Furr witness for defendant in above entitled case pending in said court, did, on the 9 day of December, 1905, assign and transfer to the Southern Railway Company all witness fees that may have been or may be taxed to him as witness in this case. This is to notify you of said assignment and transfer. This 20th day of January, 1906.

Southern Railway Company

By White, Tunstall & Willcox, Division Counsel

Norfolk, Va.

William Randolph, plaintiff vs Southern Railway Company, defendant in the Circuit Court at Manassas, Va. – To the Clerk of said Court: N. L. Lipscomb witness for defendant in above entitled case pending in said court, did, on the 9 day of December, 1905, assign and transfer to the Southern Railway Company all witness fees that may have been or may be taxed to him as witness in this case. This is to notify you of said assignment and transfer. This 20th day of January, 1906.

Southern Railway Company

By White, Tunstall & Willcox, Division Counsel

Norfolk, Va.

William Randolph, plaintiff vs Southern Railway Company, defendant in the Circuit Court at Manassas, Va. – To the Clerk of said Court: R. Ritzer witness for defendant in above entitled case pending in said court, did, on the 9 day of December, 1905, assign and transfer to the Southern Railway Company all witness fees that may have been or may be taxed to him as witness in this case. This is to notify you of said assignment and transfer. This 20th day of January, 1906.

Southern Railway Company

By White, Tunstall & Willcox, Division Counsel

Norfolk, Va.



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